3D printing can have a positive impact on the environment: it reduces manufacturing waste, lowers the carbon footprint and supports the circular economy. The European Commission has been called on to look at creating a legal framework that would minimize the risks stemming from improper use of this technology, but without hampering its development.
Foundation29 (Fundación 29 de febrero) is a non-profit organization specialised in artificial intelligence applied to health. It creates technological tools based on aggregation, treatment and protection of medical data and its use in intelligent systems that help patients, professionals and industry take decisions.
The professional association @asLAN has presented Cesar Mejías, the Head of Garrigues’ Technology Department, with an award in recognition of his “professional career as a CIO in the private sector” at the Directivos que Impulsan la Transformación Digital (Managers driving Digital Transformation) awards ceremony held in Madrid on April 3.
When responding to a fake news crisis, the communications strategy and the legal strategy must go hand in hand. This was one of the conclusions reached during the event How to handle a fake news crisis - Legal and communications strategies, organized by Garrigues and Estudio de Comunicación.
In response to the digital transformation of services for the storage, processing and use of data, and to promote the use of cloud computing for the provision of financial services, the Colombian Finance Authority (Superintendencia Financiera de Colombia or “SFC”) has issued External Circular no. 005- 2019, in which it sets out instructions relating to the use of cloud computing services.
The Colombian Finance Authority has published Draft External Circular No. 03 of 2019 with the aim of promoting alternative ways to make electronic payments, consolidating the standardization and interoperability of payments systems, continuing the process of strengthening financial inclusion and reducing the use of cash.
The Garrigues Digital Forum has brought together regulators from Spain, Portugal and Colombia, and representatives from the private sector, to analyze the challenges involved in the regulation of innovative technology-based financial services.
Following the vertiginous advances in artificial intelligence, there has been much speculation over which professions and tasks will be replaced by robots. International arbitration has not escaped these thoughts. Although the future time when arbitrators will be replaced by robots continues to be a long way off, artificial intelligence is already making its presence felt in international arbitration and this will increase in the foreseeable future.